October 12, 2023 | Weapons of mass distraction or weapons of mass deception? | The last several years have provided clear evidence that the media and Big Tech is in partnership with the White House, federal agencies, and intelligence agencies to censor Americans’ free speech and to manipulate public perception.
Facts, not fear.
Unfortunately, without verified facts, politicians and mainstream media are now attempting to promote another war that could serve as a perfect distraction from failure and corruption in Ukraine, pressing domestic and economic matters, failure to secure the borders, treason and CV19 crimes, UN Agenda 2030, and so forth.
War is not a solution.
People of faith and conscience oppose violence and remain steadfast to creating peaceful solutions, starting with an immediate cease-fire to end the fighting and prevent any more harm or bloodshed on either side.
Violence is the enemy.
To be clear, violence is criminal behavior and is to be harshly condemned and punished, no matter who commits atrocities. Those who are charged with violent crimes must be investigated and if found guilty with substantive evidence in a court of proper jurisdiction, prosecuted to face serious consequences for their actions.
Some important facts to consider about the decades-long Israel-Palestinian conflict:
1.) “Israel is the largest cumulative recipient of U.S. foreign assistance since World War II.”
According to the Congressional Research Report of March 2023: “In 2016, the U.S. and Israeli governments signed their third 10-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on military aid, covering FY2019 to FY2028. Under the terms of the MOU, the United States pledged to provide—subject to congressional appropriation—$38 billion in military aid ($33 billion in Foreign Military Financing (FMF) grants plus $5 billion in missile defense appropriations) to Israel.”
2.) Hamas was created by Israel.
Link To Video HERE
4.) How propaganda starts wars
Similar to the attacks on September 11th, the terrible events in Israel are being used as justification for escalation of violence without confirmed evidence and investigation of those who are responsible for committing the crimes.
From The Times of Israel: “Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari, the chief military spokesman, acknowledged the army owes the public an explanation. But he said now is not the time. “First, we fight, then we investigate,” he said.
Close scrutiny is warranted, as mainstream media propaganda and intelligence agencies are involved in selling Americans another endless war.
“Images on social media” are designed to stoke fires of rage and fear though they may not be true.
War is based on deception driven by the skillful use of propaganda.
A quick scan through recent history confirms that wars have been started with the use of propaganda:
After the events of September 11, 2001, George Bush Jr. and Colin Powell claimed that Sadam Hussein had WMDs. Even though millions of people opposed war, Congress authorized the use of military force, funded the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and the invasions and occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq — two nations that had nothing to do with the attacks on the Twin Towers. WMD claims turned out to be false, resulting in the murder of millions of innocent people and the destruction of natural resources.
September 11th was a sophisticated military operation that was later found to be carried out by the CIA and Mossad. The tragedy served to mobilize American support for war. Many are still unaware of Building 7.
George Bush jokes about not finding WMD’s:
The babies in incubators hoax propelled the USA into Desert Storm in 1990, led by George Bush Sr.
Link To C-SPAN video HERE
The Gulf of Tonkin lie in 1964 sparked the Vietnam war.
U.S. officials distorted the truth resulting in horrific war crimes and atrocities.
1935_Major General Smedley Butler wrote: War Is A Racket
Israel created and supported Hamas. Similarly, the U.S. created and supported the Taliban and Al Qaeda.
Link To Congressman Jim McDermott on CNN Crossfire with Tucker Carlson on September 10, 2002 acknowledging US support for the Taliban.
“We have to do a better job in the international side to coordinate our aid, to get more accountability for what we spend in Afghanistan. But much of the corruption is fueled by money that has poured into that country over the last eight years. And it is corruption at every step along the way, not just in Kabul.
You know, when we are so dependent upon long supply lines, as in Afghanistan, where everything has to be imported, it’s much more difficult than it was in Iraq, where we had Kuwait as a staging ground to go into Iraq. You offload a ship in Karachi and
by the time whatever it is – you know, muffins for our soldiers’ breakfasts or anti-IED equipment – gets to where we’re headed, it goes through a lot of hands. And one of the major sources of funding for the Taliban is the protection money.”
– Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton Testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee December 3, 2009
20 Years of US military aid to Afghanistan LINK